Picture of grave marker Newark, NJ #photographs

Di Ann Creath

Grove Street Cemetery in New Jersey 
408 Grove Street, Newark

Ray Wucher
b.abt 1885
d. 22 Oct. 1925
Row 3 # 20L

If anyone is in the area and has the time I would appreciate you taking a picture and emailing it to me. I am in Georgia. I want to see and transcribe the marker. Thank you for any help I might receive.
dcroots@... Di Ann Creath


Myrna Waters

I also have family at this cemetery.  It is in an area of Newark where I understand it is not safe to go to.  I believe this cemetery is neglected.  If you were able to contact someone recently who gave you the grave site information, could you share that information?  I know Moses Kurtzman and his wife, my great grandparents, are buried here as well as some of their children and spouses, and possibly other relatives.  
If someone is actually able and willing to go to this cemetery, I think they have a police guard around Rosh Hashanah, but I cannot vouch for that.  I believe this is the Vailsburg area of Newark, so maybe there is a local police station in that area that could advise on this.  Thank you and let me know if you get somewhere with this.
Myrna (Slatnick) Waters

Researching:  SLEPACK (or similar) Belarus/Bialystok area; SLATNICK/SLOTNIK (or similar) Minsk/Puchovichi area of Russia from 1905/1914 to NY & Newark, NJ and Canada; KURZMANN Jaslo, Poland and Drohobych, Ukraine (both formerly in what was the Galician area of Austria prior to WWI), KURTZMAN in NY/Bronx and NJ/Newark after 1905; SADOWSKY (or similar) from Belarus area of Russia/Bialystok 19th century to Newark, NJ 1905 or after.

Madeleine Isenberg

You can find her stone on Jewishdata.com.  You might need a subscription or perhaps your local genealogy society has one.
Her Hebrew name translated as:  Rachel Hinde, daughter of Chaim Pinchas
Madeleine Isenberg
Beverly Hills, CA
Researching: GOLDMAN, STEINER, LANGER, GLÜCKSMAN, STOTTER in various parts of Galicia, Poland
(Nowy Targ, Nowy Sanz, Wachsmund, Dembno, Lapuszna, Krakow, Ochotnica) who migrated into Kezmarok or
nearby towns in northern Slovakia and Czech Republic (i.e., those who lived/had businesses in Moravska Ostrava);
GOLDSTEIN in Sena or Szina, Szkaros and Kosice, Slovakia; Tolcsva and Tokaj, Hungary.
GOLDBERG, TARNOWSKI in Chmielnik and KHANISHKEVITCH in Kielce, Poland